Pygmy Micro Multi-Tool

Sep 25, 2015

Category: Gear

Smaller than a quarter, the Pygmy is a hex driver, phillips and flat head screwdriver, and miniaturized pry bar all in one. Crafted by a brother and sister team in West Chester, Ohio, the Pygmy is made with American know-how as well as 17-4PH stainless steel with 6Al-4V Titanium. It’s small enough to fit on any keychain, yet capable of standing up to the toughest jobs, no matter how big. No moving parts means there is less to break and rigorous testing by the designers ensures quality, even under the most dire of conditions.

With plenty of rewards available on the Kickstarter site, there’s still time to back this glorious play and land yourself one of the smallest and toughest tools ever made by man. It’s fully funded, so you’re guaranteed to win with whatever you pledge. [Purchase]

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